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If you like your beats straight from an 808 and your glow sticks plentiful, we just found the perfect print for your home. Acid House Love Blueprint—A History of Dance Music and Rave Culture is exactly what the the name suggests, a massive mapping of over 900 DJs, clubs, musicians, free parties, sound systems, record labels, radio stations, and fanzines, highlighting how they all intersected. This is a deep dive, so while you’ll find mega names like Daft Punk and The Chemical Brothers, you’ll also see that Dorothy, the company behind the print, uncovered forgotten names and the spots they performed at. Available in either blue or yellow, each print measures 23″ x 32″. If you spent any time at Chicago’s Warehouse back in the day, going to bed when others were just getting up, this print is for you.


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